If you aren't exactly sure where your pixel problem is, you can use the aptly-titled InjuredPixels. The pixel detector allows you to blank out your screen in multiple colors to test the display.
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InjuredPixels gets down to business immediately ... As hardware diagnostics applications go, then, InjuredPixels is just about as simple a program as you'll see. But it's also capable, effective and easy to use.
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... a useful tool when it comes to checking monitors for dead or locked pixels. It comes with a simple design and straightforward functionality in a lightweight package, which is also ready-to-use in any situation.
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This open-source solution has no rival in the simplicity department. Software tools simply don't come any simpler than InjuredPixels.
Software Informer Editor's Pick Award and 5-Star rating
InjuredPixels is easy to use. Using arrow commands or click for cycling through colors and click right for main menu commands. There is no installation required for this program. Just open the file and click.
Conclusion: A useful app that can be taken out of a USB flash drive to test a monitor or LED LCD display on a new laptop before purchase. Check a display in a variety of colors to see dead pixels that can come in different colors.
Download3K Excellent Editor's Review Award and 5-Star rating
InjuredPixels is an easy-to-use utility that is expertly geared for checking and identifying those annoying dead, hot or frozen pixels on any LCD monitor. Using it is a breeze; simply click or arrow through the provided colors.